Biotricity CEO Speaks to the Future of AI and its Contributions to Healthcare

Company’s proprietary AI technology allows for expansion into predictive monitoring and new disease profiling

The New England Journal of Medicine article cites AI and its potential for increased healthcare efficiency and insights

REDWOOD CITY, CA / ACCESSWIRE / May 23, 2023 / Dr. Waqaas Al-Siddiq, Founder and CEO of Biotricity Inc. (NASDAQ:BTCY) (“Biotricity” or the “Company”), a leading medical diagnostic and consumer healthcare technology company, today commented on contributions of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning and its transformative nature for healthcare.

As stated in The New England Journal of Medicine, March 30, 2023 article entitled, Artificial Intelligence in Medicine, “Tools that utilize AI have come into increasing use in analyzing and interpreting large research databases containing information ranging from laboratory findings to clinical data. All these tools offer the potential for increased efficiency and may, perhaps, render insights that are difficult to attain with more traditional data-analysis methods.”

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Tech Giants And Generative AI Leaders Make A Splash At HIMSS Global Health Conference

Generative artificial intelligence (AI) was a hot topic at the HIMSS Global Health Conference, which highlighted innovation in improving outcomes and streamlining the healthcare industry.

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The conference, run by the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society, brought together more than 40,000 professionals from big tech companies and startups on April 17-20 in Chicago.

Generative (AI), a type of AI found in ChatGPT and Bard, and other innovations promise to pull the healthcare industry into a more connected and secure future where data insights help both doctors and patients.

Transforming Healthcare Records And Practice

AI tools can reduce paperwork, a considerable bottleneck and inefficiency for healthcare providers and insurance companies. They also can improve medical recordkeeping by automating data entry and record management tasks, taking them away from humans and

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